The places that inspired Oliver Twist
This walk is in partnership with The Charles Dickens Museum
What to expect
As a young, up and coming writer, Charles Dickens spent innumerable hours wandering the streets of London, observing and storing for later use, all he saw and experienced.
In 1837 Dickens moved to 48 Doughty Street (now the Dickens Museum) and it was here that he wrote Nicholas Nickleby and perhaps his most famous work of all, Oliver Twist.